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Long X.Y, Widlansky M.J, Schloesser F., Thompson P.R, Annamalai H., Merrifield M.A, Yoon H..  2020.  Higher sea levels at Hawaii caused by strong El Nino and weak trade winds. 33:3037-3059.
Munoz R.C, Armi L., Rutllant J.A, Falvey M., Whiteman C.D, Garreaud R., Arriagada A., Flores F., Donoso N..  2020.  Raco wind at the exit of the Maipo Canyon in Central Chile: Climatology, special observations, and possible mechanisms. 59:725-749.
Cordeira JM, Stock J., Dettinger MD, Young A.M, Kalansky J.F, Ralph FM.  2019.  A 142-year climatology of Northern California landslides and atmospheric rivers. 100:1499-1509.
Hu KM, Huang G, Xie SP.  2019.  Assessing the internal variability in multi-decadal trends of summer surface air temperature over East Asia with a large ensemble of GCM simulations. Climate Dynamics. 52:6229-6242.
Mitovski T., Cole J.NS, McFarlane N.A, von Salzen K., Zhang GJ.  2019.  Convective response to large-scale forcing in the tropical western Pacific simulated by spCAM5 and CanAM4.3. Geoscientific Model Development. 12:2107-2117.
Corringham T.W, Cayan DR.  2019.  The effect of El Nino on flood damages in the western United States. 11:489-504.
Shi J., Fedorov A.V, Hu S.N.  2019.  North Pacific temperature and precipitation response to El Nino-like equatorial heating: sensitivity to forcing location. 53:2731-2741.
Gershunov A, Shulgina T., Clemesha R.ES, Guirguis K., Pierce DW, Dettinger MD, Lavers D.A, Cayan DR, Polade S.D, Kalansky J. et al..  2019.  Precipitation regime change in Western North America: The role of Atmospheric Rivers. 9
Ralph FM, Rutz J.J, Cordeira JM, Dettinger M, Anderson M., Reynolds D., Schick L.I, Smallcomb C..  2019.  A scale to characterize the strength and impacts of atmospheric rivers. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 100:269-290.
Thompson P.R, Widlansky M.J, Merrifield M.A, Becker J.M, Marra J.J.  2019.  A statistical model for frequency of coastal flooding in Honolulu, Hawaii, during the 21st century. 124:2787-2802.
Nardi K.M, Barnes E.A, Ralph FM.  2018.  Assessment of numerical weather prediction model reforecasts of the occurrence, intensity, and location of atmospheric rivers along the west coast of North America. Monthly Weather Review. 146:3343-3362.
Clemesha R.ES, Guirguis K., Gershunov A, Small I.J, Tardy A..  2018.  California heat waves: their spatial evolution, variation, and coastal modulation by low clouds. Climate Dynamics. 50:4285-4301.
Lilly L.E, Ohman MD.  2018.  CCE IV: El Nino-related zooplankton variability in the southern California Current System. Deep-Sea Research Part I-Oceanographic Research Papers. 140:36-51.
Imada Y., Shiogama H., Takahashi C., Watanabe M., Mori M., Kamae Y., Maeda S..  2018.  Climate change increased the likelihood of the 2016 heat extremes in Asia. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 99:S97-S101.
Hu S.N, Fedorov A.V.  2018.  Cross-equatorial winds control El Nino diversity and change. Nature Climate Change. 8:798-+.
Kalkstein A.J, Kalkstein L.S, Vanos J.K, Eisenman D.P, Dixon P.G.  2018.  Heat/mortality sensitivities in Los Angeles during winter: a unique phenomenon in the United States. Environmental Health. 17
Cannon F., Hecht C.W, Cordeira JM, Ralph FM.  2018.  Synoptic and mesoscale forcing of Southern California extreme precipitation. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres. 123:13714-13730.
Yang Y., Xie SP, Wu L.X, Kosaka Y, Li J.P.  2017.  Causes of Enhanced SST Variability over the Equatorial Atlantic and Its Relationship to the Atlantic Zonal Mode in CMIP5. Journal of Climate. 30:6171-6182.
Barnard P.L, Hoover D., Hubbard D.M, Snyder A., Ludka B.C, Allan J., Kaminsky G.M, Ruggiero P., Gallien T.W, Gabel L. et al..  2017.  Extreme oceanographic forcing and coastal response due to the 2015-2016 El Nino. Nature Communications. 8
Konrad C.P, Dettinger MD.  2017.  Flood runoff in relation to water vapor transport by atmospheric rivers over the western United States, 1949-2015. Geophysical Research Letters. 44:11456-11462.
Cordeira JM, Ralph FM, Martin A., Gaggggini N., Spackman J.R, Neiman PJ, Rutz J.J, Pierce R..  2017.  Forecasting atmospheric rivers during CalWater 2015. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 98:449-459.
Hu H.C, Dominguez F., Wang Z, Lavers D.A, Zhang G., Ralph FM.  2017.  Linking atmospheric river hydrological impacts on the US West Coast to Rossby wave breaking. Journal of Climate. 30:3381-3399.
Xie SP, Zhou ZQ.  2017.  Seasonal modulations of El Nino-related atmospheric variability: Indo-Western Pacific Ocean feedback. Journal of Climate. 30:3461-3472.
Johnston T.MS, Chaudhuri D., Mathur M., Rudnick D.L, Sengupta D., Simmons H.L, Tandon A., Venkatesan R..  2016.  Decay mechanisms of near-inertial mixed layer oscillations in the Bay of Bengal. Oceanography. 29:180-191.
Bornemann A., D'Haenens S., Norris RD, Speijer R.P.  2016.  The demise of the early Eocene greenhouse - Decoupled deep and surface water cooling in the eastern North Atlantic. Global and Planetary Change. 145:130-140.